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Wheels for Ryobi Miter Saw Stand


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Love my Ryobi Miter Saw Stand but it doesn't come with wheels. My stand is normally folded up and stored along the wall in my garage. It's not light and kind of cumbersome to move around now that I'm older and retired so decided to add some wheels to bottom of it so I can just grab the top, tilt it forward and roll it out into my garage when I want to use it. Didn't need big wheels for a job site or swivel wheels. It now makes it easier to roll out in my garage for use. I use the stand for all of my other Ryobi stationary tools too - not just for my Sliding Compound Miter Saw but also for my Table Saw, Router Table, Band Saw, Scroll Saw, Combo Belt Sander, Tile Saw, Grinder, Drill Press and a 3rd party Oscillating Spindle Sander. I just got additional lockdowns online for the bottom of them (some I had to attach plywood to bottom to mount the lockdowns. When I want to use any of them, I wheel out my Miter Saw Stand, open it up, grab the tool I want to use, set it on the stand and lock it down. Easy to put away when done. Also I like to work standing up and don't like to bend over when working (bad back). For extended work like detail work with the Scroll Saw, I have tall shop stool with back rest. All of my tools are at a great working height when I lock them down on the Miter Saw Stand. Works great for those of us who still want to use our garage to park our car and don't have room for a full on stationary shop. Hope it helps some of my fellow DIYs out!

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Wheels for Ryobi Miter Saw Stand

by Xactly
Dec 18, 2019

Love my Ryobi Miter Saw Stand but it doesn't come with wheels. My stand is normally folded up and stored along the wall in my garage. It's not light and kind of cumbersome to move around now that I'm older and retired so decided to add some wheels to bottom of it so I can just grab the top, tilt it forward and roll it out into my garage when I want to use it. Didn't need big wheels for a job site or swivel wheels. It now makes it easier to roll out in my garage for use. I use the stand for all of my other Ryobi stationary tools too - not just for my Sliding Compound Miter Saw but also for my Table Saw, Router Table, Band Saw, Scroll Saw, Combo Belt Sander, Tile Saw, Grinder, Drill Press and a 3rd party Oscillating Spindle Sander. I just got additional lockdowns online for the bottom of them (some I had to attach plywood to bottom to mount the lockdowns. When I want to use any of them, I wheel out my Miter Saw Stand, open it up, grab the tool I want to use, set it on the stand and lock it down. Easy to put away when done. Also I like to work standing up and don't like to bend over when working (bad back). For extended work like detail work with the Scroll Saw, I have tall shop stool with back rest. All of my tools are at a great working height when I lock them down on the Miter Saw Stand. Works great for those of us who still want to use our garage to park our car and don't have room for a full on stationary shop. Hope it helps some of my fellow DIYs out!